Richboro Pennsylvania Golf Courses

Northampton Valley Country Club


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Northampton Valley Country Club -- acceptable course considering easy tee times
Review by: Crusher I showed up as a single on a Saturday in July at about 10:00 a.m. I was sent out within 10 minutes, and played 18 in about 3 1/2 hours. The course was in generally good shape. The layout is a bit of a neighborhood course, winding through some townhomes, and with several street crossings between holes. I never like this sort of hole to hole distance, but it wasn't too bad. I think the traps and landscaping could be improved quite a bit. There are some long par 4's and testy par 3's for the average golfer. I played the tips, as a 7 handicapper, and shot an 80. Typically, I'd say that's about a fair course. With some improved asthetics, I think this could be a nice course. Many of the holes, considered on their own, are nice holes. All in all, I'll call it a 3 out of 5 stars because it's better than all those cow pasture courses out there.
From Houston, TX USA

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Erie Golf Club -- Erie Golf Course - lots of hills!
Review by: Gary Erie Golf Course is hilly to say the least. Although, not a bad course if you want to work on blind approach shots and the art of hitting smaller sized greens. I find it to be a good beginning of the season course to play, because it's cheap and fairly easy to get on to play, without a tee time. Twilight fees are great, $10 after 5pm. Can't beat it! There are some holes that are truely challenging. Some of these include holes #4, #5, #8, #12, #14 and maybe #15 as well. All in all, I would recommend playing this course a few times, just so that you can appreciate a flat course! Have fun.........
From Erie, PA




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